Joseph Jaap's answer To resolve that encroachment, you will need to retain an attorney to assist you, and the neighbor would have to cooperate. You also will need a boundary survey, and there could be issues with zoning setbacks. Building a house over a property boundary is very rare. Many things had to go wrong to allow that to happen. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to assist you.
Joseph Jaap's answer Yes, landlord can file an eviction for non-payment of rent. If a landlord accepts rent or partial rent after the eviction is filed, the eviction can be dismissed. But if partial rent is paid, a landlord can file eviction after that, if the rest of the rent is not paid before filing the eviction.
Matthew Williams' answer Technically, nothing. But a business without someone at the helm is seriously endangered. I would suggest you all get together with the owner and a lawyer to ensure the business operations will pass on to someone trusted. Obviously, the boss here needs a lawyer for the criminal side too.
Joseph Jaap's answer An attorney would have to review the child support order and what it says about health insurance payments. If you pay what you can to spread out the $500, a court would take that into consideration. But use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local family law attorney.
Joseph Jaap's answer Ohio law requires landlords to give reasonable notice, unless it is an emergency. But that doesn't always stop a landlord from entering. Tenant could call the police, but the police are unlikely to get involved.
Joseph Jaap's answer If a landlord changes locks, takes possession, and disposes of personal property without a eviction, there is a risk tenant could sue. To be safe, a landlord should pursue a proper eviction, and move out the property after the eviction order is issued.
Joseph Jaap's answer Check if the lease says she must keep the leased premises clean and in good condition. Leaving stuff outside could be a breach of that provision. There is no law that specifies any time limit for when you can get rid of it. If you throw it out, she could always sue, since anybody can sue. But a court could decide that you gave her sufficient notice, and that she abandoned the property in public areas where it can be taken by anyone.
Joseph Jaap's answer That would be an improper lockout, and you could sue landlord if he did it. But there is nothing to physically stop landlord from doing it while you are gone. You could then call a locksmith and change them back to regain entry. Landlord might then report it as a break-in. If the police were called, they probably would not get involved, but they could. If your lease has expired, you are a month to month tenant, and your occupancy can be terminated at the end of any month by landlord giving...
Joseph Jaap's answer If you have a written lease, check the terms. A lease typically gives tenant exclusive occupancy, unless it is a student housing lease. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the lease and contact landlord.
Brian Smith Esq's answer I cannot say without checking with the court. You may want to contact the court so you can talk to them about this. Or you may want to consult with an attorney for help resolving this. What I can say is that, when a warrant is issued, Ohio courts will mark the case as closed until the warrant is served/resolved. They will then re-open the case.
Joseph Jaap's answer If you are still married, his employer would typically require you to sign to change the health insurance, or you could have rights under COBRA. With so long a separation, spousal support is unlikely, but possible. It depends on all the facts. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney to review all the facts of your situation and advise you.
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Joseph Jaap's answer Yes, you are entitled to your share of marital property in a divorce, which can include equity in the marital home. It does not matter whose name is on the deed. But if the spouses cannot agree, then the court will decide. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review all the facts and advise you.
Joseph Jaap's answer If the parents are married, they have to work it out between them. The court is not involved, and either can take the children anywhere they want. But if the other one objects, then that parent can file for divorce, and then the court will be involved and decide custody. A court would probably disregard any agreement before marriage, since the situation now is different, and the court makes custody determinations based on what is in the best interest of the children now. Before doing...
Joseph Jaap's answer Very few estates are large enough to have federal tax obligation, and Ohio abolished estate taxes. But a final income tax return must be filed for the deceased. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local estate planning attorney to review the facts of the situation and advise you.
Answered on Nov 12, 2018
Joseph Jaap's answer The support obligation continues. But if he is in jail, he is unable to pay. When he gets out, you can file with the court to collect the unpaid amount and the court will order him to pay the unpaid amount to the extend he is able.
Joseph Jaap's answer File with the court for a change in the custody and parenting agreement. The court can ask the child about the situation, and review facts of the situation, and then decide if any changes should be made and what is now in best interest of the child. Keep a daily log of all interactions and communications with spouse, objections of child, attempts made to get child to visit, etc. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a family law attorney to review all the facts and advise you.
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